Studio Park Motel
Studio Self Contained
Two bedroom Motel
Kozy Kiwi Self Contained
This holiday Park is no longer open.
Aaron Lodge Holiday Park offers quality camping close to Dunedin City. With 40 power and tent sites in a small and secluded area, most of the grounds are level with some platformed tent sites. A covered walkway takes you to the excellent amenities block, there are two modern kitchens, and each have TV and dining facilities. Two fully automated laundries and a spa pool are available, as well as an indoor swimming pool. Sing-a-long to the piped music in the showers, or a great family/disability bathroom is available.
Try your hand at the 9-hole mini golf course, pit your skills against your friends at petanque, or make use of the unique outdoor games tables. If you look for meticulous standards in a pleasant environment, you will enjoy it here. Your hosts are Margaret and Lindsay McLeod. Tent sites $46 for two, power sites $50 for two people.
This camp is on the shores of the Manuherikia River and landscaped into attractive areas over 37 acres. Trees and flower beds flourish, with willow trees dominant, and a camp store operates in the summer holidays. There is a card phone available and holiday programmes run over the Christmas period. Facilities range from clean, tidy ablution blocks, with a disability bathroom, to a very well equipped laundry. Three kitchens have a full range of appliances and one has _eat-in_ facilities. A camp coolroom is available during summer, with fridges and freezers available at all times. The TV and dining area has an internet kiosk and central heating for the winter. The service blocks are well placed around the camp. Your hosts are Eric and Janice Graham. Enquire for prices.
Drive through a small industrial area to this camp where the grounds are
pleasant with fringes of trees in a peaceful setting. The camp has 76 power
sites and ample room for tents. Most sites have some large trees for shade,
easy to access, these sites are only one deep. A swimming pool is available in
summer and a children’s play area. Amenities include a kitchen with full ovens,
microwaves, fridge/freezer and TV, adjacent there are outside BBQs and dining
tables overlooking the play area. The ablution block has dual entry, while the
laundry is well equipped with automatic washing machines, dryer and an iron.
Tent sites from $15 per adult per night and $8 for children. Power sites from
$20 per adult, $10 for children or from $35 for two.
The accent here is on comfort, cleanliness and convenience. 24 power sites
are on level gravel, while tent sites are plentiful on the lawns. The grounds
are well lit at night and the camp includes an attractive and spotless kitchen/
dining/lounge. This well-equipped space has all appliances, cooking and eating
utensils, and you can watch the huge flat screen TV while you cook and eat. Sit
outside and enjoy the sun on the paved dining deck. The clean ablutions are
roomy with excellent appointments, gas hot water showers and a disability
unit. A well-equipped laundry with two washing machines, plus a dump point.
Just a short walk to shops and services of Balclutha, your friendly host is John
McGowan. One person $18, two for $36, add $10 for each extra adult.
Children under 5 are free, up to 14 are $5 each.
A huge domain camping ground that wends its way around a sports field in
the centre, before moving out to shaded spots under the trees. The old style
kitchen and ablution blocks are still there, but a new block has also been added
with modern and clean facilities throughout. The ablution block includes a
disability suite with free showers on timers, while the modern kitchen/dining
has all amenities including full stoves and a comfortable seating area…and a
bottle chiller fridge that holds books instead of drinks. The other smaller, basic
kitchen has stoves and fridges and a small TV room adjacent, and in the laundry
are six automatic washers. Next door is a tennis court, upmarket children’s play area and bowling green, and a café and hotel are close by. Go walking or
biking or visit the many historical gold mining areas. Eftpos available here, and
your on-site hosts are Jane and Stewart Scott. All sites are $15 per night per
person, children under 12 years are free.
A small rural campground to the side of the Beaumont Hotel, and next to the river. With about 16 sites on flat land, the camp has recently changed ownership and Is in the process of being upgraded. The small camp kitchen has all amenities and hotplates, ablutions are clean and tidy, and a dump point is provided. This is a good stopover for hunters and fishermen who can relax in the beer garden and tell tall stories, or a good place to rest in after cycling the Clutha Gold Trail which Is metres away. For others there is always a meal at the hotel. Your hosts are Alison and family. Powered and unpowered sites are from $15 per person.
This seaside resort is on the south coast, an easy drive from Dunedin. The
grounds are level, with the 24 gravelled power sites, unfortunately most of these are taken up by permanent residents so not many spaces available. All the facilities are well positioned, clean and modern, the kitchen has a stove and
microwave with a trellised and covered BBQ area for inside/outside eating. The
ablution block has disability suites for both sexes, and the laundry is equipped
with automatic machines. With a choice of ocean beach swimming, or a
shallow estuary for the children to play safely, this would be a great family camp.
Boat hire, a dump point and card phone here, as well as a Superette at the gate.
Your friendly hosts are AB and Bronwyn.
This family orientated no frills camp occupies a sunny plateau above the lake, and occupies a large area so plenty of room for all. The camp has lots of large well-grown trees, 45 power sites and around 30 for tents. The kitchen/dining has full stoves, microwave, plenty of fridges and a TV. A wood burner in the corner and a servery makes it a homely place to relax. The clean ablutions feature four unisex maxi-showers and a disability suite, and the well-equipped laundry has a bath for the wee ones. A children_s playground and a dump site are provided. This is a great are for fishing, swimming, boating, tramping and skiing, and for the connoisseur the vineyards and restaurants are close by. Your hosts are Martine and Steve McDowell. Powered and non-powered sites are from $14 per adult per night, children are half price, and under five are free.
Behind the Catlins Inn, south of Balclutha, is a tiny wee camp, with 12 tent sites, and 8 powered sites. Unfortunately there is no kitchen, and the showers and toilets are very basic but clean and well maintained. A small laundry area houses a twin tub washing machine. The public dump station is 200m away, as is the museum, information centre, and fuel station. Eat in at the Inn, or grab a takeaway, this area may be okay for an overnight stop. Your host is Michelle.
This is a lovely little family campground, set amongst the backdrop of hills and history, and a dredge pond at the end of the camp, experience the natural beauty of Central Otago. The camp has undergone many upgrades and alterations over the last couple of years, and it shows. The playground facilities for children are many, from tyre swing to swimming pool, table tennis, to trampoline. The kitchen has been updated, is modern and has everything you could need, includes indoor and outdoor dining spaces. There are private toilets/showers, and spacious well-kept grounds, laundry facilities and free internet are available, plus animals in the nearby fields for the children to play with. Pets are welcome by arrangement. All facilities are scrupulously clean. On the Clutha Gold Cycle Trail, this would be a great place to stop overnight, there are walks nearby too, or fantastic fishing spots along the Clutha River with easy access on a track from the campsite. All shops, cafes and amenities are within energetic walking distance. Christine is your friendly host.
We cater for Large Motorhomes, Caravans, Camper Vans, Tents or sleeping in your backpacker vehicle can all be done at our campground
Camp facilities: Powered Sites, Non Powered Sites and Basic Cabins
Our Cabins are designed for Singles, Couples and Families of 5 maximum, they are Basic (no ensuite) bottom sheet and pillow (s) provided, small fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster along with some basic crockery/cutlery
|Power and Non Power||$20.00pp|
|Cabins from||$60.00 (1-2 adults) Extra $20.00 Child $10.00|
Guest Only Facilities: coin operated laundry & showers $2.00 each. Dump
Strictly No Pets.
Peak: Bookings are essential December, January, Labour and Easter Weekends
This holiday park is CLOSED.
An attractive, cobbled park entrance leads to a modern office and spacious,
level grounds enhanced with large trees. With 270 power sites and almost as
many for tents, they are never full. There is a central service building which
includes a kitchen/dining/community room that is well supplied with appliances,
and an outside covered dining option is available. There is a well presented,
modern TV room and lounge with a dining option. A light and airy ablution
block is clean and modern, there are also unisex units and extra toilets around
the grounds. A second facilities block has been added with two family or
disability bathrooms that have under floor heating and a spa. In the laundry
there is a generous supply of automatic equipment and a waiting room with
TV. An outside attraction is a BBQ/dining complex with a sink. Children have
an adventure playground with a jumping pillow, and there is a dump point and
car wash. With a free wifi spot at the gate, and a card phone and an internet
kiosk with free wifi are available, you are all set for your electronic needs.
This is the heart of stone fruit country with a market garden across the road,
and pets are permitted during off peak times by arrangement. Your hosts are
Catherine, Richard and Kay & John. Powered sites are $22 for an adult, and $11
for children, unpowered is $20 per adult and $10 for a child.
Fall out of bed onto a magnificent safe swimming beach, which is often frequented by Hector's dolphins.
Enjoy the splendour of a 180 million year old fossil forest near a yellow eyed penguin colony.
This is a unique coastal camping area with natural alleys of flaxes providing sheltered sites.
The camp shop sells tea & coffee, hot food, general groceries & supplies.
For a golden holiday, or as a base to travel the Vanished World Trail, you can't go far wrong with this beautiful woodland camp. Snuggled into a valley under the surrounding hills, the camp is set out on two tiers. On the lower level are some gorgeous riverside sites, and the grounds are well groomed and neatly edged with pine trees. Children are well catered for here, with basketball hoop, playground, and a flying fox, as well as a river swing; inside there is table tennis or indoor hockey. The kitchen is well equipped, with an adjacent dining hall, and the toilet and shower facilities are all modern and clean, with huge shower cubicles. A carpeted and comfy TV room will be welcome on wet days; however when it is fine there is a choice of two swimming holes. An alternative is gold panning (almost at your tent site) or fly fishing, tramping, mountain biking or fossil hunting. Dogs are allowed with prior permission only, and your hosts are Scott and Margie Brown and family. Power sites $19 per person, tent sites $17 per person, including free use of laundry equipment, children $10.
Fully Self Contained & Serviced Studio, Two & Three Bedroom Motel Units
Self Contained Units
12 Room Lodge
TV Cabins & Standard Cabins
Powered & Unpowered Sites, for Campervans, Caravans & Tents.
Dunedin Holiday Park and Motels is a carefully tended resort with St Kilda Beach and a golf
course right next door. Extensive grounds have been planted with young trees,
there are 70 power and tent sites, and all around the camp are beautiful murals
and silhouette paintings. The two modern kitchens have good commercial
equipment, while the separate lounge has a large screen TV. The ablutions
include a big bathroom (with a bath), a disability suite and a large laundry that
includes automatic machines and ironing equipment. A camp store is usually
open with takeaway meals available, and children are well catered for with a
large playground. The standard of housekeeping here is excellent. Check the online booking page for current rates.
Located in a picturesque setting , this camp offers rest and recreation. A treat
for the eyes, there are 57 power sites and unlimited tent sites well-spaced
amongst gracious old trees. A clean kitchen has all amenities including a full
stove. In the small comfy lounge, are selections of board games. The laundry
has auto washing machines. Take the bridge over the creek to a grassed area
for children friendly animals. Hard stands and a dump station are available
and pets are welcome. Your hosts are Marie and Jock. Tent sites are $14 per
person and $16 for power per person.
This camp is currently closed for winter. Reopens Labour Weekend 2022.
Travel south through Herbert for 3km then turn west onto Breakneck Road. Only 1km further and you will find Herbert Forest Camping Ground a basic but beautiful camp on 52 acres. The grounds are well groomed and the many camp sites are on two levels amongst lovely stately trees. Just 25 power sites but easy to find your own secluded spot. The facilities are basic but clean and tidy with new showers and toilets, washing machine and a cosy kitchen/dining with hotplates and fridge. A rose garden has been planted in the front of these facilities. Scattered around the spacious grounds are wood braziers. Plenty to do here - in peace and quiet you can listen to the birds, kayak on the river which has safe swimming for the children or take one of the many walking tracks. A dump station is available. Your friendly hosts are Mark & Kim Potter.
ADULT (non-powered site) $12.50 each
ADULT (powered site) $15.00 each
CHILD (5 -15 years) $7.50 each
CHILD (2 - 4 years) $5.00 each
Only 20 minutes from Balclutha, this rural camp between Kaka Point and Owaka
is an ideal place to base yourselves when you are visiting the Catlins. Set
amongst farmland, the hills around the camp give it a peaceful air, and campers
are encouraged to meet and mingle. There is a coin operated washing
machine and drier, and the ablution block is clean and tidy, while work is going
on to increase the amenities. Showers are $2 for five minutes. The kitchen is
somewhat basic, a shed without windows, but there Is a vending machine and
hot running water outside to wash dishes. You can borrow a DVD and wifi
is available, both free of charge. All day breakfasts, pizzas and some takeaways
are available as well as some free veg in summer. Kevin and Sue are your very
friendly hosts. $10 per person per night, 5-16 years $5 and under 5 free.
Powered sites are also available.
Five minutes from Balclutha, beside the fisherman's and boat paradise on the Clutha river, you will find this interesting camp. Starting life as a snooker hall
then becoming a lingerie factory, before taking up its new life as a camping
ground, it has quite a history. The sites are very large, most with power and
landscaped and planted generously with young trees and bright flowers. The
sparkling, tiled ablutions include an excellent disability suite, while the fully
equipped kitchen/dining is super clean and you can buy a pizza there as well. A
washing machine is available and dump point are available. Attractions in this
historic town are many, try out the new BMX track, take a mountain bike, walk,
bowl, play golf or learn about the “old days”. The local store is just around
the corner and a swimming pool is close by. Your hosts Ralph and Mel are in
charge of this camp. All power sites $30 for two people, $12.50 per person
Up the hill from the Kaka Point Beach, is this lovely camp ground set amongst a beautiful bush setting. Although the sea is not visible from the camp, it is only a short stroll to the patrolled beach for a swim or surf. Campers may use the tennis courts or enjoy the many bush walks, and a children's playground is just metres from the front gate. There are 25 power sites and plenty of room for tents, tucked into private settings. The grounds are spacious and level, this is a smart little camp with modern amenities, including a large bright kitchen with all appliances and a full stove. An outside BBQ and tables are available, while the laundry has automatic machines. The clean ablutions include disability facilities with lovely hot showers, and there is a dump point here. Your friendly and helpful host is Denise Anderson. Tent sites are $29 for two adults, power sites are $32 for two.
Hidden behind the trees, this spacious well-kept campground has sheltered grounds with new tree plantings and large sites. A relaxed friendly camping ground with sheltered spacious sites, just a stone_s throw away from the Kakanui River and walking distance to swimming spots and the beach, this family orientated camping ground takes you back to the old kiwi style _ camping the way it used to be. The ablutions are old but clean, unisex and disability friendly ($2 per shower), a basic laundry is available with auto machines. The kitchen area is a bit dated but has gas hobs, fridge/freezer and a TV, while outside is a covered BBQ area. The nearby pedestrian track provides easy access to the riverside and local store/ bottle store. Heading west you will find the river mouth for a spot of swimming or fishing with a children_s playground. The local surf spot is just a ten minute walk, great for both surfing and safe beach swimming for children. Your dog is welcome at any time, there is wifi and a dump station is available. Your friendly hosts are Allan and Chris Jones. $13 for the first adult and $10 for an extra adult, children under 12 years $5, additional $7 per site for power.
Kuramea Lodge is on the Waterfront of Pounawea, The Catlins. The Lodge holds different types of accommodation, small groups, School Groups and Weddings. Situated right next to the stunning and peaceful native bush and waking up to the sunrise over the waterfront, it’s a great setting.
A large camping ground set over two tiers with well-established shade trees, there is room for any amount of tents and vans. Sites on the top section can overlook the river below, or park on the bottom tier and be there for the fishing. Ablution blocks on both the upper and lower sections are clean and well-maintained, on the upper terrace there is a full kitchen and a lounge with TV and an open fire. Your freshly caught trout or salmon can be stored in a cool room, and the laundry has automatic washers and a dryer. There are also dump points for grey and black waste, wifi is available. Outdoor activities include the use of free canoes, safe swimming, and a children_s playground, and golf clubs may be hired. In the area you can go fishing, tramping, jet boating, golfing, or play tennis and bowls which are nearby. Joan and Chum Chamberlain are your friendly hosts. $34 for 2 people for power & tent sites.
• Briars Gully
• Te Te Akatarawa
• Waitangi (East and West)
• Fishermens Bend
Travel over either the Benmore or the Aviemore Dams to these campsites.
Lakeside camping with flush toilets, running cold water and rubbish collection.
Some have effluent disposal and boat ramps. There is an honesty box and
supervisors. $15 per site per night, $280 for season - mid September-early
May. Boat Ramp charge (season ticket holders exempt).
A special treat for travellers and families, this beautiful campsite amongst the trees and across the road from the lake was a pleasure to visit. With only 15 campsites available, within a fairly roomy grassed area, you may need to book ahead to avoid disappointment. Each site comes with its very own toilet/shower unit, a picnic table, and tap. The well-kept grounds are level and have many attractive shelter trees scattered throughout. A little laundry building has automatic washer, dryer, ironing facilities and vacuum cleaner, and beside the original farm barn is a cosy kitchen with room to relax away from the working area. There are plenty of appliances, including a microwave and a BBQ is also available. Don\'t sit down on the chairs out the front of the kitchen though, you may never leave as the view is to die for. All the facilities are beautifully maintained, while across the road is a boat ramp for campers use and plenty of shore fishing. The camp closes at the end of April and opens again mid-September, and your friendly hosts are Jamie and Pam. All sites are from $40 for two, $15 each extra, children 12 and under $7.50 and under 5 years $5, while infants are free.
On neat level grounds34km south of Dunedin, this park is almost at the edge of the calm waters of Lake Waihola. Good swimming and water skiing are attractions. Bordered by trees, it has 76 power sites. Both kitchens have TV_s and dining space, and all cooking appliances are provided. The two well kept amenities blocks, have showers with their own hot water unit. The laundry is well equipped with auto machines. Launch your boat from the ramp or jetty, swim or water ski. There are many walks and activities in this area. Your friendly host is Mary-jo Tent sites here are $13 (per night), for powered sites it cost $16.50 for an adult. It is $8 for children under 12 and $4 for children under 4 per night.
With bush walks at your back door and the city minutes away this compact
park has 46 neat, level sites with taps. The kitchen is well equipped and the
dining hall has a comfortable communal tables and chairs. Off this room is a TV
annexe and down the hall are the toilets and showers which include a disability
suite. The laundry has plenty of automatic machines and there is a dump point
and well equipped children’s playground. You can leave your van tethered
and use the weekday bus service to the city. Surrounded by tall trees and a
gentle stream around two sides, there is the added attraction of glow worms!
Running this camp are John and Beryl. Tent and power sites $38 for 2 people,
a minimum charge of $24.
Fires are not permitted at any time. See fire rules on conservation land.
This is a basic campsite in Central Otago. This historic reserve is steeped in heritage and includes the remarkable remains of the Lindis Pass Historic Hotel. This picnic and camping area is alongside the Lindis River and remains of the historic Lindis Pass Hotel. A short walk from the campsite takes you to an historic hut once belonging to “Wattie” Thompson, the last miner to work this area.
For your safety, it is recommended that you do not camp under the trees.
Bookings not required - first come, first served.
A pleasant little site on the outskirts of Lumsden, with pine shelter belts on two sides and large trees for shade. This well-groomed rural setting boasts 24 power sites, all with a tap and plenty of room for tents. The BBQ is within a sheltered area and while the amenities are homely, they have everything you need. A kitchen/dining with all appliances and cooking and eating utensils, basic but clean ablutions, free hot showers, and a laundry with auto wash and dryer. Just taken over by a new owner, the camp Is in the process of being upgraded, and is sleep in friendly - no pushing people out at 10 in this camp. Just down the road hotel meals are available, petrol and shopping are close by as well. A great fishing area and a peaceful stopover on the way from Te Anau or Queenstown. This is an extremely pet friendly park, there are alpacas on site that can be fed, and a paddock is available if you need somewhere to put your horse. Your very friendly host, with his office under the trees, is Ian. Powered sites are $30 for two adults, and $10 each for an unpowered site.
Middlemarch Motels & Holiday Park offer a variety of accommodation from fully self contained motel units to fully linened & unlinened cabins, plus we have powered camp sites and many tent/unpowered sites.
There is a modern, clean ablution block with a disability suite and laundry facilities with coin operated washing machines and dryer as well as clothes lines. The kitchen unit is a character converted guards railway carriage with oven, microwaves, jugs and toasters, which opens on to an all weather covered deck for dining. There is are gas barbeques in this deck area which are available free of charge plus a comfortable television room.
Nestled in the Teviot Valley on the banks of the Clutha River in Central Otago is Millars Flat. A tranquil and spacious spot for campervans, caravans, tents and holiday-makers seeking a peaceful camp site with comfortable tidy accommodation, an ideal location for cyclists to start or end their adventure on the Clutha Gold Trail that passes the park entrance. Approximately a two hour drive to Dunedin, Invercargill, Te Anau, Queenstown and Wanaka, Millers Flat makes an ideal location to base your Central Otago exploration.
Formerly known as the Hampden Beach Camp Ground.
In the settlement of Hampden, just south of Moeraki, is this beach and river
side camping ground. There are plenty of sites to choose from, and in the
busy season additional sites across the road are opened. The grounds are
pleasant with some shady trees with a fully equipped kitchen that features
visitor comments as wallpaper. Wireless internet and TV are available in the newly built lounge area, and a trampoline, outdoor games, bikes and kayak hire will keep the children busy. Nearby is a small children’s playground, tennis court and a skate park, this is great for family camping holidays. An ablution block with toilets and showers and a separate toilet block are provided, a large disability suite is available, and small children are not neglected here with a highchair and a child’s hub. There is a laundry with automatic equipment and everything has been recently painted and is clean and tidy. Free pick up from the bus stop at Hampden, and you might like to try the famous fish and chips at Hampden. Your hosts are Alex and Mel.
This is a pretty camp on the edge of a fishing harbour in Moeraki Village where fishing boats bobbing lazily in the bay present a picture postcard view. There are a number of camping pockets, many overlooking the bay, set on terraced sections. Brand new toilets and showers have a disabled suite, and everything is clean and tidy. The kitchen has everything you need, including an outside eating area and BBQ, and there is a TV room available. Take time to inspect the Moeraki Boulders and the nearby seal colony or visit the penguin hospital, this may be the place to land that blue cod. There are 30 sites with power plus 27 tent sites, and dogs are welcome on a lead. Your hosts are Kristina and Robbie Mitchell.
This local Memorial Park looks out over pleasant grounds, but has a lot of
permanent occupants so bookings are essential. There is a small area for
campers with just 18 powered sites on metal/sealed paving. The kitchen is
basic, but has everything you need, the ablutions are clean and tidy and have
individual LPG water heating. There is a free laundry with automatic washer,
dryer and a freezer, and showers are free too. The council swimming pool is in the park next door, and your on-site host is Tom Bell. Single person powered
sites $20, or $27 for two people, $8 for children over 5 years. Bookings
essential if you don’t want to be turned away
Powered and Non powered sites
Powered sites are from $36 for up to 2 people
Non Powered sites are from $32 for up to 2 people
What a wonderful family holiday park this one is. With campsites hidden in the larches, there are 48 powered sites and innumerable tent sites. The renovated kitchen/living room has double glazing, a cosy log burner for the winter months, and all the amenities needed. During busy times, a secondary kitchen is also available. Laundry and drying facilities and the roomy ablutions are bright and clean. Make sure you bring your bikes, as there are extensive mountain bike trails all around the camp, as well as an adventure playground and a swimming dam, in the summer months, within metres of the edge of the park. The historic gold-mining town of Naseby has many attractions such as year round curling, and great pubs and a cafe, and It is also not far to the Central Otago Rail Trail. The camp is open all year round, dogs are welcome, but please arrange this when you book. Book online at their website (see above).
A beautiful beach camp in a natural setting, with native trees, colourful buildings,
and many song birds. A five minute walk takes you to the residence of the
sea lions who are at home all year round. The camp has sparkling amenities
that include a combined kitchen, dining and lounge area. The appliances are
all modern, full size stoves, a TV and wifi is available. The modern laundry,
clean showers and toilets are all wheelchair friendly and beautifully colour
coordinated. A trampoline is available for the children. Your hosts are Jude
and Bren, who will provide prices on enquiry.
Laid out in a horseshoe are over 60 sites, this complex Is bordered with trees
and manicured to perfection. Most campervan parking Is on gravel stands,
and there are sites for tents below the trees. Across the bridge is a the lovely
public garden with children’s play area next door. Dual spotless amenities have
been recently upgraded and provide two kitchens with full stoves, plus hob
cooking and microwave. There is also a new covered BBQ area with outdoor
fire. Internet kiosk and wifi are both available, as is a dump station. The toilet
facilities include a full disability suite and are spotless and modern, while the
automatic laundry equipment is plentiful. The playground comes with an
enclosed trampoline and a kangaroo jumper. Full booking services to see the
blue and yellow penguins are offered, as are free tours. From December to
March you can enjoy the live story of Oamaru's history. Your hosts are Shayne
and Tracey. Unpowered sites from $16 per person, powered sites from $20
per person, and $10 for children.
The level, well-groomed grounds have plenty of shady trees and a lazy meandering stream. There are 94 power sites and 80 for tents. The main amenities are at one end of the extensive grounds. There is a pleasant carpeted, modern TV lounge. Internet is available. An excellent open-plan arrangement houses the kitchen and dining. Fully automatic equipment is found in the adjacent laundry and an outdoor sink. The ablutions are first class, with a wheelchair access family unit. Alternative ablutions are provided when required. In the camp are two children_s playgrounds and a free gas BBQ. A dump site is available. This is New Zealand_s renowned gliding capital. Lake and stream fishing, BMX track, hot tubs and golf. Winter sport is only a short distance away at the Ohau skifield. Your friendly hosts, are Arda and Wim Booiman. All sites from $38 for two and un-powered are $34 for 2 adults.
Just off the main highway you will find this oldie but a goodie. With a dairy
at the front entrance, and a takeaway food outlet alongside, you won’t have
to worry about running out of anything. Mostly return families, there are 50
sites with power and 15 for tents. The grassed camping ground is dotted with
trees and is situated to the rear of a large historic lodge. The amenities consist
of a small kitchen, old but with all the appliances you will need, ablutions and
a laundry with automatic machines. Campers can use the lodge facilities and share the communal lounge with its open file. The swimming pool is totally enclosed for all-weather use and a dump station is on site. Your hosts are Brent
and Kirsty Cowles. Tents are $16 per person and power sites $18 per person.
Fires are not permitted at any time. See fire rules on conservation land.
Located on the Otago Peninsula, but only half an hour_s drive from Dunedin City is this small but lovely campground. Each powered site includes a dump station as well as water, and tents have their own cosy area, nicely sheltered. A new upper grassed level has also been developed for additional power sites. In the newly upgraded kitchen and dining area, you will find gas cooking, tables and chairs and TV, or enjoy a summer evening around the BBQ on the covered bricked terrace. Excellent ablutions include a good disability suite and a baby_s bath with hand shower, while the laundry has the latest automatic machines. The whole park is beautifully maintained, everything is lovely and clean, and you can see the personal touch you get from a family run campground. Internet access is available, and your friendly hosts are Kevin, Sherryl, and Elliot Charles. Tent sites $18 per person, power sites $20 per person.
Once you get to the beach, turn right and go to the end of the street. This camp nestled in amongst large trees, and surrounded by scenic reserve bush, is right on the waterfront at the mouth of the estuary. With 37 power sites, and many tent sites, you can nestle in amongst the trees, or perch on the waterfront. There Is also access to a private beach through the back fence. You will find a free BBQ and picnic areas under the many trees, as well as bush and beach walks. The central amenities block has excellent facilities, and in the modern kitchen you will find a microwave, gas and electric cooking, cooking and eating utensils plus a beautiful macrocarpa slab table. This room extends to a small lounge that has an open fire and satellite TV. Commercial auto washers and dryers are provided, and there is a children_s playground just down the road. It is a beautiful camp, modern and well run. Eftpos is available and the office carries some essential items. Lee-Anne and Glen are the people to see here. Prices on enquiry.
Number of tent sites - 40 Camp on the coast. Striking cliff faces can be seen from the campsite and Purakaunui Falls are not far. There is a good surf beach to the south of the camp. Cosgrove Island, a wildlife refuge, is off the coast and Jacks Blowhole is 10 km to the north.
This is a lovely campground close to the rail trail for you to rest your weary
bones and have a shower in their clean and well-appointed ablution blocks.
Cook a meal in the kitchen, then eat It at the lovely outdoor area just outside.
Put your tent or van up amongst the beautiful trees and rose bushes, and
know that if It gets windy you will be protected by the established shelter belts
and pine forest to the rear. Keep the kids entertained in the two playgrounds,
plenty of room to play soccer, climb forts, or swing down the flying fox. Just
down the road is a four square, café, and information centre, as well as other
small town shops. There is a dump point, internet access, and credit card
facilities, and you can book online. Your hosts are Paul and Amanda. Power
sites, $36 for two people and tent sites, $15 per adult and $9 per child.
A peaceful and serene wooded camp ground, with large established trees and
over 30 acres to choose a campsite. The river runs alongside the campsite,
where you can pitch your tent right beside the water and fish for trout. Once
a scout camp, there is great children’s playground come obstacle course,
swimming holes in the river, and a large area for you to set up your tent
or park your van. The campers’ kitchen has electric hobs, hot water, fridges,
microwave and dining area. Ablutions are reminiscent of its prior use with
concrete block buildings, but bright new shower curtains and paint liven things
up and everything is clean and tidy. Owners say a new amenities block is on
the cards in 2016. There is a basic laundry, and a spa and sauna are available
for hire, as well as a dump station. The campground is also dog friendly and
your friendly hosts are Janine and Warren. Non-powered sites are $13 per
person, powered are $15.
Sailors Cutting Camp Ground has toilet facilities, a boat ramp and caravan/campervan dump stations available.
|Activity||Basis for charge||2019/20 charges (incl GST)|
|Waitaki Lakes camping areas and services (unless Leased) |
|Season ticket - Excluding Ohau C
(from 21 September 2019 to 3 May 2020)
|Per site (2 adults, up to 3 children under 15 are free).||400.00|
|Half Season ticket - Excluding Ohau C
(from 13 January 2020 to 3 May 2020)
|Per site (2 adults, up to 3 children under 15 are free).||280.00|
|Daily Ticket occupied site||Per site (2 adults, up to 3 children under 15 are free).||25.00|
|Daily Ticket unoccupied site||Per site||8.00|
|Additional adults||Per night||12.50|
|Dump station (non-camping fee paying)||5.00|
|Boat Ramp Daily Ticket||Per Boat||5.00|
|Boat Ramp Annual Ticket - Excluding Ohau C
(from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020)
|Ramp fees apply to powerboats and yachts, not to rowers, kayaks, coracles|
|Dunback Domain Camping Grounds|
|Season ticket (from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020)||Per site (2 adults, up to 3 children under 15 are free)||400.00|
|Per person (free for children under 15)||Per night||10.00|
|Duntroon Domain Camping Grounds|
|Season ticket (from 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020)||Per site (2 adults, up to 3 children under 15 are free)||400.00|
|Per person (free for children under 15).||Per night||10.00|
|Additional for powered site||Per night||5.00|
This tidy beachside camp reminds us of how things used to be. Sand dunes dominate, with beach walks and the odd friendly sea lion to visit. The kitchen is welcoming, combining cooking equipment and a spot to relax with a book or TV. The office has been recently refurbished, and the camp is under new ownership. There is a basic but clean ablution block and a porch laundry with an automatic washing machine. Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash. Your hosts are Paula and Lindsay. Tent sites are $13 per adult and powered sites $14 per adult. Children aged 5 to 13 years are $7 and children under 5 are free.